With an upcoming Supreme Court decision that many expect to determine the legal status of same-sex marriage nationwide, the U.S. might soon join the ranks of the 20 countries that recognize LGBT people’s right to marry. Yet in other LGBT rights arenas, America continues to lag behind. ATTN: compiled a list of countries the U.S. could learn from, including anti-discrimination laws to the legal recognition of transgender people’s identity, these countries are making strides to ensure that all citizens have basic human rights.
June 20 / ATTN:
Issues and Countries: Transgender, Discrimination and Equality, New Zealand, Nepal, India, South Africa, United Kingdom, Mexico, Argentina, Ireland, Germany, United States, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Malta, Netherlands, Pakistan, Uruguay